My Favorite Road Trip Apps
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My Favorite Road Trip Apps

‘Tis the season to hit the road to visit family and friends. If you’re road tripping over the holidays, here are some of my favorite road trip apps for the road, changing weather conditions, and to book a hotel.             View this post on Instagram           … Continue reading

Cool Colorado Lakes for Water Fun
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Cool Colorado Lakes for Water Fun

The sweltering summer heat has a lot of us searching for spots where we can cool off. These are some of my favorite cool Colorado lakes for aqua adventures. Some take a little effort to get to and other are easy access. Close to Denver: Barr Lake State Park This is one of my favorite … Continue reading

Amazing Aqua Adventures – 5 Places in the U.S. to Cool Off This Summer
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Amazing Aqua Adventures – 5 Places in the U.S. to Cool Off This Summer

The pool, lake and beach are great places to beat the sweltering summer heat. But, if you’re looking for an amazing aqua adventure here are five unique water experiences in stunning scenery from the West Coast to the East Coast in the United States. Swampy Boat Adventure in the SoutheastCypress Gardens is in Moncks Corner, … Continue reading

How to Spend an Hour at Scotts Bluff National Monument
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How to Spend an Hour at Scotts Bluff National Monument

From a distance Scotts Bluff National Monument is impressive. It towers above the surrounding plains and is 800 feet above the North Platte River. The enormous bluff has been a prairie pathway landmark for at least 10,000 years first for indigenous people and then for pioneers on the Oregon Trail during America’s westward expansion. The … Continue reading

Car Art and Roadside Attraction:  Carhenge is America’s Stonehenge
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Car Art and Roadside Attraction: Carhenge is America’s Stonehenge

This ranks up there with the quirkiest roadside attractions I’ve visited. It’s a weird and fascinating display of car art off the beaten path. Take a detour north off of I-80 to the tiny town of Alliance in northwest Nebraska. Why? To see a replica of Stonehenge in England, which I visited last November. The … Continue reading